Posts by Mimi

Vegan Recipe Contest Winners

Posted By on May 25, 2012 in O2 Vegan Blog |

Congrats to Holland Dieringer- 1st Prize- Vegan Gluten Free Lasagna Sandra Lannan- 2nd Prize- Gingerbread Lemon Mousse And tied for 3rd Prize: Kris Quinones- Chocolate Tarte and Meghan Anderson- Root Vegetable Tangine   I have a few things to say about each recipe and creator. Holland Dieringer is an amazing cook and was always coming up with delicious vegan gluten-free options during the teacher training. The Lasagna went so...

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Patience is a Virtue I Do Not Have

Posted By on May 18, 2012 in O2 Yoga Blog |

Now before I go too far, I need to say that I love the city of Cambridge and can’t wait to join the community. That said, we have had quite an education going through this process. It has definitely been a lesson in patience; not a virtue of mine. We have run into many roadblocks, and have been given extraordinary timelines for permits and zoning changes. I now understand why you sometimes see an opening soon sign hanging for...

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Posted By on May 10, 2012 in O2 Yoga Blog |

I have spent the past two days traveling on a refurbished school bus with my sons, Dylan and Deven, our friends the Halldorsons ( unschoolbus), making a total of 3 adults, 4 kids, and 3 dogs. We are heading to a conference in North Carolina called ARGH. Yes, like the pirates. It stands for autodidactic radical gathering of homeschoolers. Intrigued? Integrity It appears on the surface, to some, that my personal and...

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Why a Vegan Challenge?

Posted By on Apr 21, 2012 in O2 Yoga Blog |

How do I benefit from getting people to take the vegan challenge??? I don’t. So why the hell do it? Because I think that it makes someone’s lot better. Am I hoping to change people’s minds about what it means to be vegan? Damn right, at least in the sense that I really believe in making someone’s life better through this process. Quite frankly, this is just between you and me, I don’t care whether people...

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Spring Cleaning

Posted By on Apr 6, 2012 in O2 Yoga Blog |

In yogic philosophy there is a concept called avidya. In short it refers to mis-perception or lack or clarity. There are four basic categories of avidya, all leading to clouded thought. I like to imagine a foggy window. When you wipe away the accumulated moisture, you can see clearly through it. However, it will fog up pretty quickly again. Yoga practice is said to be one way of clearing away this fog. I know for myself that is...

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